The Truth About Avocados and Why Choose Avoderm for your Furbaby

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Big hello’s and some barks from me and my fur-baby Pebbles. I’m sure by now it’s quite apparent that I’m one proud Fur Mama! I have friends and neighbors suggesting that I should put up her pictures and videos online as they think she is absolutely adorable. She have a few, but not much. So I’ve decided to create Pebble’s her own social media pages. Since then, I have been getting questions where I buy her clothing, what snacks she loves and what dog food she eats (along with all the why’s). That’s my cue for sharing about Avoderm – Breeder’s Choice Pet Foods.

AVODERM NATURAL DOG FOOD

Avoderm Breeder’s Choice Pet Foods

As fur parents, my husband and I only want the best for our little bit. Especially she speaks a completely different language. It’s not like she can tell us when she is not feeling well. Which is why we don’t take our chances. We choose the healthy route, and let me point out that it wasn’t easy. Pebbles is very picky. She tends to get tired of her usual options. I kind of understand though, if I am in her position and I am given “one” flavor of dog food all the time, I’d go on a hunger strike too. That’s how fuzzy she can get. The showering/bathing fuzz is another story. So ever since she came home with us (November 2014), we went through a number of brands and products just to find out which ones we have to avoid and which we can keep coming back to (with our approval while considering her preference).

THE TRUTH ABOUT AVOCADOS

AvoDerm Natural dog food

Avoderm’s premium dog and cat food are formulated with high quality meat proteins, wholesome grains, antioxidant nutrients, vitamins, minerals and California avocados for healthy skin and coat.

It’s a common misconception that avocados are toxic for dogs. On the contrary, only the pit (seed) and skin that contains persin (the toxic component) and not the fruit. After extensive research, Breeder’s Choice found that certain avocado ingredients are helpful in curing skin and coat problems with animals. From there they launched their flagship success story in 1982.

The avocado meal and oil used in the AvoDerm Natural pet food products comes only from the meat of the fruit and does not contain any of the leaves, bark, skin or pit of the fruit. The oil is carefully extracted from the ripened fruit in which the meat pulp has been separated from the skin and the pit. – Avoderm

AvoDerm Chicken Meal & Brown Rice Formula Small Breed

AvoDerm Chicken Meal & Brown Rice Formula Small Breed

AvoDerm Chicken Meal & Brown Rice Formula Small Breed

As some of you might know … we moved into our new home last year. Since the development/area is new, there’s not much establishments around that are accessible. Not unless I’d dare travel all the way to the city. Since hubby deployed, I get around with taxi cab, lyft and uber … and the closest pet stores around me are FAR (19 minutes or 9.6 mi to be exact) – my cab fare would obviously cost me an arm and a leg. 😛 Why am I sharing this? That’s how I normally get Pebble’s food.

Prior to purchasing Avoderm I made sure to check their “store finder” to find a local independent pet store. Like I said, since the area is quite new there’s not much business going on around and so it is quite understandable that none of the pet shops carries the product. If you’re going to ask what about PetSmart? They have them “online” but not in-store where I shop at. So I went back to Avoderm’s website and check the online stores that carries their product – that’s how I discovered Chewy.com

13 Responses
  • Bill S
    January 22, 2017

    This sounds like a great dog food! Having a high quality food for your pets is so important to their health and well being.

  • Candy
    January 22, 2017

    We don’t have any fur babies anymore but will share this information for those that do

  • robin masshole mommy
    January 22, 2017

    Oh wow, I thought I had read that avocados were bad for dogs. I must be mistaken. I will have to pick some of this up 🙂

  • Leelo
    January 23, 2017

    Your fur baby looks adorable! Before reading this post I knew that avocado is a superfood, however, I had no idea that avocado is good for dogs.

  • rika
    January 23, 2017

    Avoderm is one of my favorite pet’s foods! I had a male pomeranian and he only liked this brand.

  • Shelly B
    January 23, 2017

    Your furbaby is so cute. I am so happy to hear that you have found a source for your pet food that is more convenient for you. Puppy sure looks like they are enjoying this brand of pet food. Hope that you will be sharing more pics of furbaby. So adorable!

  • Ave
    January 23, 2017

    Your little fur-baby Pebbles is super cute and adorable! I love avocado and know that it’s a superfood, but had no idea they used avocado in dog’s food.

  • krystal
    January 23, 2017

    What a sweet baby! I love your furry friend. I have never seen this brand before but will look for it!

  • Rebecca Swenor
    January 23, 2017

    She is so adorable and it looks like she really love this brand of dog food too. I will have to try this on my little buddy to see if he likes it as much as her. Thanks for sharing the information and your precious little girl.

  • Echo
    January 23, 2017

    First, she is sooooo cute. I have a yorkie too! His name is Stark. Second, I never even thought about avocados for dogs. Smart, good fat though!

  • Terri Beavers
    January 23, 2017

    I need to let me fur baby try this. Your little dog is absolutely adorable. I can see why you want to feed her the best food available.

  • Bonnie @wemake7
    January 23, 2017

    Oh my gosh, she is so cute! This dog food sounds like it is really healthy for pets.

  • Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen
    February 4, 2017

    Avoderm sounds like a healthier choice for our furbabies. Is it available internationally?

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